A A A

IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Meeting Minutes, Club Chit-Chat, and Fishing Reports will be listed if you are a member of Chapter 50. If you are a member, and you cannot see the reports after logging in, please use the contact form by selecting the floating envelope icon located in the bottom-right corner. Include your name and your Chapter 50 membership number. We will verify, and grant you special rights to view all. Alternatively, you may email us at muskiesincpennjersey @ gmail .

Please consider registering
Guest
sp_LogInOut Log In sp_Registration Register
Register | Lost password?
Advanced Search
Forum Scope


Match



Forum Options



Minimum search word length is 3 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters
sp_TopicIcon
Pike Guts
December 7, 2008
11:11 pm
Avatar
T_Musky
Member
MI50 group
Forum Posts: 1499
Member Since:
April 29, 2007
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

This picture shows guts and blood and stuff...be advised. I kept this one caught on a 4 inch tube a while ago fishin smallies, and was amazed by what we found in it's belly, another pike.

[attachment deleted by admin]

Team MTF

December 8, 2008
10:35 pm
Avatar
STUBBORN DUTCHY
Member
MI50 group
Forum Posts: 2219
Member Since:
August 28, 2007
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Two for the price of one!!! Did you eat both? 😀

ITS NOT THE SIZE OF YOUR BOAT
ITS THE SIZE OF WHATS ON YOUR BUMPBOARD!
M.T.F

December 9, 2008
1:36 am
Avatar
T_Musky
Member
MI50 group
Forum Posts: 1499
Member Since:
April 29, 2007
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

No, only ate the bigger one. Hope I didn’t gross anyone out with that pic! IMO, pike are some of the best eaters out there, they could even compare with perch and walleye. I caught a slew of pike in NY the past couple of years, but release 99% of them because I'm too lazy to fillet them up...it’s a lot of work getting those wye bones out. They are some good eating! Here’s a few caught through the ice that made it into the frying pan.

[attachment deleted by admin]

Team MTF

December 14, 2008
2:52 am
Guest
Guests

Tim, that's an awesome pic. I cleaned a big striped bass back in the early 90's and it had three flounder, two lobsters, and a partially digested stargazer in its belly. The thing still ate an 1-1/4oz bucktail jig. Amazing that they'll eat (fish) and almost have Alzheimers and forget that they did!

December 15, 2008
1:45 am
Avatar
Mike D
Moderator
Moderators
Forum Posts: 1999
Member Since:
October 1, 2008
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Cool pics. I threw pike back for years on our canada trips and only ate the walleye because everyone said how they were full of bones. Ate some about 2 yars ago and I agree it is a good eating fish from cold clean waters.

Forum Timezone: America/New_York
Most Users Ever Online: 287
Currently Online:
6
Guest(s)
Currently Browsing this Page:
1 Guest(s)
Top Posters:
Member Stats:
Guest Posters: 0
Members: 546
Moderators: 3
Admins: 2
Forum Stats:
Groups: 7
Forums: 42
Topics: 5508
Posts: 38597
Newest Members:
pjreilly, bajunroaddog, pjflyfish
Moderators: blkdrs: 2010, Mike D: 1999, Archie: 475
Administrators: adminarchie: 13, mi50 webmaster: 0

CONTACT US

We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.

Sending

©2022 MUSKIES INC Chapter 50 Penn Jersey

Log in with your credentials

or    

Forgot your details?

Create Account